"Engineers and technicians are now on paid holiday because of the dangerous situation in the city. The first shifts that assemble locomotives continue to work, but the second and third shift workers have been laid off," it said. The current production targets have been cancelled.
Luhanskteplovoz producers mainline locomotives, diesel trains, AC and DC electric trains, railway cars and equipment for commuter trains and trams as well as mining equipment. Russia's Bryansk-based machine building plant owns 76% of Luhanskteplovoz shares.